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IMAGE: Engineers at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have received federal funding for a rapid COVID-19 test using a newly developed technology called plasmonic-fluor…. view more  Credit: Washington University in St. Louis Engineers at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have received federal funding for
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IMAGE: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researcher Dr. Chris Arnusch in his lab at the Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research in Israel. view more  Credit: (Photo Credit: Dr. Chris Arnusch/BGU) BEER-SHEVA, Israel/NEW YORK…April 20, 2020 – With the worldwide focus on coronavirus prevention and transmission, a new type of air-filter that self-sterilizes and decontaminates is
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IMAGE: Graphene Nanomesh view more  Credit: Hiroshi Mizuta, JAIST Researchers at Japan advanced institute of science and technology (JAIST) have successfully fabrication the suspended graphene nanomesh in a large area by the helium ion beam microscopy. 6nm diameter nanopores were pattern on the 1.2 um long and 500 nm wide suspended graphene uniformly. By systematically controlling
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IMAGE: When supplying energy the method of its delivery is as important as its quantity. You probably won’t manage to boil the water for your tea with a cigarette lighter. Here,… view more  Credit: Source: IPC PAS, Grzegorz Krzyzewski If we were talking about food, most experts would choose the former, but in the case of
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Mission Impossible – May 22nd–25th The second May bank holiday weekend brings us the Mission: Impossible collection. John Woo, Brian De Palma, J.J. Abrams, Christopher McQuarrie and more have all helmed instalments to date, with varying degrees of success. Highlights: Mission: Impossible (1996), Mission: Impossible III, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Mission: Impossible – Fallout Fast
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Don’t expect to see the game any time soon, though. The studio’s last game was 2018’s masterful Red Dead Redemption 2, which took eight years to develop, a long and exhausting production cycle that Kotaku suggests was a result of the “last-minute rewrites and overhauls” by Rockstar co-founder Dan Houser, who left the company in
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A report by Bloomberg suggests that the PlayStation’s 5’s price could be set somewhere between $499 to $549 and that the console may be available in limited supplies during its initial release period. This report cites “people familiar with the matter” of the PlayStation 5’s launch as well as “game developers who’ve been creating titles
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We went into our viewing of Motherland: Fort Salem with some skepticism before choosing it as a topic for a Sci Fi Fidelity podcast episode, but the show exceeded our expectations. Far from having the cheesy humor, aggressive feminism, or underdeveloped mythology that the series easily could have fallen prey to, we found the story
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They’re not as good as “Modern Warfare,” true. They’re less focused (the second episode drops the western motif in favor of a Star Wars kind of thing) and Joe Russo isn’t as dynamic an action director as Justin Lin, but it’s still a funny, rip-roarin’ good time, ending on a dark, dramatic cliffhanger I’ve always
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Yugi and Kaiba Starter Deck Reloaded (2013) Both the Yugi and Kaiba starter decks received a make-over for a 2013 re-release that brought their fundamental themes up-to-date. Fronted by the usual Dark Magician and Blue-Eyes White Dragon, these decks contain several worthwhile additions to the collection. Firstly, Kaiba Starter Deck Reloaded has a strong set
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Mangamo, a new manga streaming app built by executives from Hulu, Crunchyroll, Netflix, Viz, and others has launched with hundreds of titles and a two month trial, perfect for testing the waters on new books or a new comics format. The app is available on iOS devices initially, and we got a chance to test
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